rehearsal

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  • Info A rehearsal is an event that occurs as preparation for a performance. more...
  • Originally these were closed rehearsals that the band eventually opened up to friends and family members.
  • Their association became personal following a dinner after a late night rehearsal.
  • Guns left less than a month later after one rehearsal due to musical differences.
  • The studio was designed to be rehearsal space more so than an actual studio.
  • It will typically hold regular rehearsals and perform at least one to three times per year.
  • Many scenes had little or no rehearsal, and many scenes received only one take.
  • At some point during rehearsals he changed his mind and withdrew the work.
  • The group met over three days of rehearsal and ten days of recording to produce the first album.
  • One night he tells her to meet him not at the rehearsal studio but at a club.
  • He'd go for a walk during rehearsals and then get lost.
  • I lived at the rehearsal space for the last year before we started touring.
  • There should also be a space to record the rehearsal date, location, and number.
  • He was asked along to a band rehearsal and found that the musicians could play quite well.
  • Three months were spent in pre-production and a month in rehearsals.
  • Band members participate in three hours of rehearsal each week, plus special appearances.
  • Sometimes, rehearsals for a major work started up to eight months ahead of the actual performance.
  • To date, no individual member of a multi-member crew has died during a mission or rehearsal.
  • There are also extensive rehearsal rooms and a large number of practice rooms.
  • The band had previously started rehearsals for the album in the summer.
  • He usually held a large number of rehearsals before shooting and would shoot his films very quickly.
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Words starting with rehearsal

Meaning of rehearsal

  • noun A practice session in preparation for a public performance (as of a play or speech or concert)
    he missed too many rehearsals, a rehearsal will be held the day before the wedding
  • noun (psychology) a form of practice; repetition of information (silently or aloud) in order to keep it in short-term memory